This Disney darling is officially more foxy than mousey.
Selena Gomez fashionably graces the June cover of InStyle and discusses writing music about her tumultuous relationship with on-again-off-again boyfriend Justin Bieber. Can you tell that she's best friends with breakup song queen Taylor Swift?
In the interview, the singer reveals that her Bieber breakup ballad "Love Will Remember," a song off her newly released (and possibly final!) album Stars Dance, is, without a doubt, "the most personal track on the record." Unlike her gal pal Swift though, Gomez is quick to admit exactly who her tunes are penned about.
"I think it's a sweet way of releasing it," she said. "It's not an aggressive approach to what people are probably expecting. I'm sure [Justin]'ll love it too."
The song makes it safe to assume that she didn't want their relationship to end the first time around. But even though they've semi-officially rekindled their romance, the actress-turned-songstress, who's just shy of 21, said she isn't eager to wed any time soon.
"I'm from Texas, so I should be married with children already," she joked. "I'm in love with love and totally believe in marriage, but that's not even on my radar right now. I am not putting energy into dating. ... I'm a kid, and a breakup is normal. I have to go through the emotions and feel it out. I'm doing my own thing, being with my friends, and he's doing very well too."
And although she's "sisters" with Swift, who she met when they were dating two of the Jonas Brothers at the same time, Gomez said she takes inspiration from fellow former Disney star Shia LaBeouf (as well as Jennifer Lawrence and Natalie Portman). Her current album will also most likely be her last as she slowly transitions from singing to acting full time. She's also designed two fashion lines: Dream Out Loud for Kmart and Neo Label for Adidas.
After wrapping her TV show Wizards of Waverly Place, she's had a string of roles in movies, including Spring Breakers and Hotel Transylvania. The actress is currently filming William H. Macy's drama Rudderless about a man who forms a band in order to grieve the death of his musician son. Macy's wife Felicity Huffman, Laurence Fishburne, Billy Crudup, and Anton Yelchin also star in the film.